The Soviet Economy
Toward the Year 2000
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The Soviet Economy (1983) examines the long-term prospective growth of the USSR’s economy. It looks at the Soviet economy’s growth process at an advanced stage of development, and assesses how it would evolve in the period ahead. Various growth plans had made large advances to the state-planned economy, but by the 1980s this growth had slowed.
Table of Contents
1. An Overview Daniel L. Bond and Herbert S. Levine 2. Technological Progress Abram Bergson 3. Population and Labour Force Murray Feshbach 4. Agricultural Organisation and Management D. Gale Johnson 5. Agricultural Production Douglas B. Diamond, Lee W. Bettis and Robert E. Ramsson 6. Industrial Production Martin L. Weitzman 7. Energy Robert W. Campbell 8. Regional Economic Development Leslie Dienes 9. Foreign Economic Relations Ed. A. Hewett 10. Consumption Gertrude E. Schroeder 11. Planning and Management Joseph S. Berliner 12. Politics and Priorities Seweryn Bialer
Abram Bergson and Herbert S. Levine